A magnificent ship from MrOutlaw, the "Admiral's Eagle" is made of 877 parts complete with a 5 man crew ready for battle at any time. The sides and top can be opened for access to the captain's cabin. The play doesn't end there! The prison cell is also accessible from the top and the ship sports two full size and 3 mini shooting guns as well as a working anchor winch.
EB member Tobiasz has created this beautiful rendition of the HMS Hispaniola from the classic pirate story Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson. This MOC is based on the ship used in the 1990 movie. It is a wonderful ship with many great details.
Sail on over and comment on HMS Hispaniola!
Mark of Falworth has shared another one of his great creations! This time in the form of a diorama, Battle in Buccaneer Bay depicts an intense battle for the ship. There is some great effects such as cannon fire and varying colors of the beaches water.
There's too much detail to see in one picture, so go check it out in the forum or his flickr album!
New member Orfeuz built this wonderful rendition of the classic PTOC ship. After a year and a half of work it is ready, just in time for ItLUG Lecco 2014. Truly amazing work with lots of details, and custom sails and rigging!
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Eurobricks member ummester has brought us this lovely MOC, the Gilded Crow! This lovely lady comes complete with all the fixings, including custom rigging and sails, a fully-armed gun deck, and a clever use of Chima parts for the figurehead. Well done, ummester!
See more pictures and leave a comment on The Gilded Crow in the forum!
Ship builder extraordinaire Sebus I has built another beautiful ship. "The Beatrix is a 20-gun corvette, a fully rigged ship with 4 courses of sails on the main- and foremast." It is fitted with many wonderful details like lights and a working capstan. If you like ships this is one that you won't want to miss!
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Eurobrick member LtFlacon has completed his first MOC and has uploaded some images for us to take a gander at. While the name of the ship is still a work in progress, he's tentatively named it Halia. Some good effort went into making this ship, as it has all the necessities of a ship on par with something TLG would release themselves. The crew is also very diverse as it sports a great collection of new parts and some from different pirate eras, they all work together very well.
Head on over to the forum to view more pictures of LtFalcon's First MOC: Halia
Out of the inky black night sails the terrifying, primal Troglodyte, the latest creation from Eurobricks member Dunkleosteus. Built entirely in LDD, the Troglodyte comes complete with three masts, 14 guns, and two massive, LotR-inspired tusks on the prow! Keel-hauling just got a lot scarier!
See lots more pics and comment on Troglodyte in the forums.
HELLOEARTHLING has shared his MOC of the Armada Flagship, outfitted to sleep a crew of double the original! It's a tight squeeze inside for the 6 crewmen, but it holds a very diverse and interesting group of seamen. There is some clever decoration inside the ship, and a truly unique figurehead, I can't say that I've ever seen one like it before!
To view more pictures of The HMS Lily check out the forum!
Eurobricks user Swan Dutchman has uploaded his 1.5 year completed project, "De Ruyter." He has based the color scheme off the USS Constitution and it sports a fully decorated cabin and deck. It's obvious a lot of work went into creating this masterful ship, even the sails were hand sewn! To complete his project Swan Dutchman has edited some marvelous photos, giving the ship a stunning background.
I implore you to view more of "De Ruyter" in the forum!